People's Injunction Update:

Clayton Thomas-Muller


For the past week, as the final round of NEB hearings for the Kinder Morgan pipeline were about to start, hundreds of people took action to enforce the People’s Injunction.

This government campaigned against broken pipeline reviews, yet they are letting the Kinder Morgan and Energy East reviews move forward -- without including impacts on climate change, without listening to communities, and without respecting the rights of Indigenous Peoples.

Click here to read a round-up of what’s happened so far.

Letting pipeline reviews move forward under Stephen Harper’s rubber stamp process calls into question this government’s seriousness in tackling climate change, listening to communities, and respecting the rights of Indigenous Peoples.

The Kinder Morgan hearings are set to continue all next week, and we need to turn up the heat. If we take action across Canada, we can make sure that Prime Minister Trudeau and the government know that the entire country is watching them break their first big climate promise.

Are you organizing an action in your community for the People’s Injunction? Click here to find resources to help you organize an action next week.

If they're still bent on building pipelines, our actions now are more important than ever.

With respect and solidarity,

Clayton Thomas-Muller